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. leader, i believe this is the first time i've been in your office. i said, it takes joe marshal to bring democrats and republicans together. here she is. >> thank you very much, joe. ordinarily i wouldn't mind hearing joe marshal say some nice things that are on this piece of paper but the fact is we've come to hear from all of you. it's an honor to be here at the omega boy's club. it started right about the time i went to congress, about 26 years ago, over 25 years ago. joe marshal is way up there on mount olympus, one of the gods, one of the real people who does the most important work, help young people reach their aspirations, their fulfillment to reduce the violence in the communities in which they live. so joe marshal, thank you for your on-going and well recognized nationally and locally and every way globally, really, for the effectiveness of your leadership. thank you, joe marshal, for your hospitality and for your friendship and most of all for your leadership for america's children. just a few weeks ago and actually one week ago, the president took his and all of us who are
that the occasion for this may have come from the traders joe's at california street. and the reason for the chase here, this is an example of how national chains are coming in and have signs way out of control. we at san francisco beautiful are hearing a lot of complaints about chase in particular. the existing statute allows the neighborhood a real back branding that is diminished the character and consistency of the neighborhood or the changes in the better street plans that are contemplated for those better neighborhoods. this sign, i don't know why we need to create a blanket permission on the planning department and planning commission would advocate that ability to scrutinize each of these signs. downtown san francisco, city bank has been there for a long time. this sign is very different and very loud from the feeling you have along california street and the financial district. why would we want to give up the ability to scrutinize that in a permitting process. here is another example. what used to be holiday in in chinatown, i took a picture of it at night. it's a beautiful pedestrian bri
have my pope notes. white smoke. new pope. black smoke, no pope. didn't happen today. "morning joe" starts right now. . >>> you're looking at live pictures of the vatican where, this morning, smoke will pour from this chimney above the sistine chapel telling us whether or not a new pope has been elected. right now a conclave of 115 cardinals is in its second day of voting after yesterday's opening round of balloting fell short of the two-thirds majority plus one needed to select the next leader of the catholic church. >> willie and barnicle were short. i got a contact inside. >> this is the first round of voting. >> in about an hour we will see either black smoke indicating no pope was selected in this morning's votes or white smoke and a chorus of bells ringing across the vatican city to signal a new hope has been chosen. >> do they call the new pope mike? pope michael? >> be theft call the next pope, urban renewal. >> we will be watching for that. good morning. it's wednesday, march 13th. welcome to "morning joe." with us on the set we have msnbc contributor and "morning joe" pop
it. great weekend, everyone. "morning joe" starts right now. ♪ like a rhinestone cowboy >> the popular media narrative, it's that this country has shifted away from conservative ideals as evidenced by the last two presidential elections. that's what they think. that's what they say. that might be true if republicans had actually nominated conservative candidates in 2008 and 2012! it might be true. >> what year is it? all right. top of the hour. >> what is my name? >> i don't know! >> i don't even know what agencies i want to abolish. >> exactly. it is friday, march 15th. welcome to "morning joe," everyone. it's friday! it's friday. >> maybe if he could have like remembered his last name. >> with us on set, we have national editor for new york magazine john heilemann. the host of msnbc politics nation. >> you're right. >> he loves campbell's rice! >> i did have it at 6:00 in the morning. >> president and national -- ♪ be where the lights are shining ♪ >> finish it, rev! >> i love this job. >> good morning, mika. >> rhinestone cowboy. >> i thought the first time i hear
strategist joe trippi joins us from austin, texas. and republican strategist karl rove is in new york. gentlemen, thank you for being here. joe, first to you. after the back and forth we saw with rand paul and his filibuster and the administration's response, where do you think it stands and where is it going politically? >> politically, look, the american people by and large are for the drone program. 56% of the country favors it. 68% of republicans favor it. 58% of democrats. independents are split. they are the only ones split 50/50. on the drone program, itself. going after enemy combatants on foreign soil. where the big issue is, and where the plurality of americans have questions about using drones against the american citizens even on foreign soil, let alone on american soil. i think rand paul scored a lot of points with his filibuster that got the obama administration to clarify its position. and say that it would not use them. unless there was an imminent threat on american soil against american citizens. but issue here is where is the republican establishment going? already
network looks like. and joe and her daughter created a network together, and what they did, they created a network in part because guildhall has an advance in her experience with cancer, and they wanted to coordinate the care and the connections and bring people closer to her in this important time. they identified and who they wanted to invite, and that is the only way you can get on that network, if you get an invitation. she knows you and wants you to join her. and how they use the network is the use of the connect feature to send messages. her daughter can send messages to everybody in the network letting them know how she is doing. they used to the calendar to schedule appointments and organize rides. they use the shared tasks and goals to organize larger events. for example, when joe was released from the hospital, she was unable to get back into her home because she could not get up the stairs anymore. they used the network to build her a ramp on saturday afternoon. they use files to share information about her and a place where she keeps her personal information. she has advanced
the family's car. joe? >> reporter: the district attorney tells me that it turns out that driver was running away from a previous accident that he had caused when he crashed into this family. >> just hearing about like what happened, it is sad. >> reporter: friends and family members still can't believe it, that a mother and her two sons are gone, killed saturday night as they were pulling out of an eastmoor avenue driveway. police today announced they arrested a 28-year-old sunnyvale man, dennis perera. he had first hit an unoccupied car nearby, then raced away from that scene, traveling at an excessive speed. momentums later, he crashed into another car with the woman and her two sons. another woman in the car survived. >> it sounded like a huge crash it didn't sound like a normal hit when i looked out the window and saw two cars, right in the middle. it just looked really bad. >> reporter: authorities are looking into the possibility that he was impaired. the d.a. says he had an odor of alcohol but police are awaiting offici
protection for individual business owners or maybe even a trader joes to an individual process basis come in to ask for a release on a specific sign but would ask you to not support a creative blanket policy to creative slope that would get a lot of signs that might not be good for communities. >> any additional public comment on this item? >> good afternoon, commissioners. on behalf of the ownership of 888 brannan street. it's a former gift center. before that it was built as the ever ready battery -- the revisions that staff is proposing to take this ordinance away from buildings and the unique features of those buildings. the issue with this building is not an article 10 or 11 building. it's on the resources of historic places. it historically had signage at the corner towers these are battery insignia. the issue with this building is that when zoning change to 2008, the height limit for the signs were change. since this building was built over a hundred years ago, there aren't permits that indicate the corners towers were permitted signs. what we suggested in my letter and meeting wi
hendricks in for randi kaye. >> and i'm joe johns in for victor blackwell. >>> threats from north korea forcing a change in u.s. national security. the pentagon announced a major expansion in missile defense. >> new defense secretary chuck hagel made the announcement to put more interceptor missiles along the west coast. chris lawrence has more. >> reporter: susan, joe, the pentagon plans to spend up to $1 billion to beef up its civil defense but the big question is, will the missiles actually work? if a nuclear missile is ever fired at the united states, this is the best hope to stop it, 30 interceptor missiles which can be launched from ground sigh lows in alaska and california. now the pentagon is deploying up to 14 more. >> the reason we're doing what we're doing and the reason we're advancing our program here for homeland security is to not take any chances, is to stay ahead of the theret. >> reporter: north korea tested a long range missile in december, it conducted its third nuclear test in february, and just this month, threatened a preemptive nuclear strike on the u.s. that cau
splattered with mime blood, joe devito. and in las vegas he is considered a craps table. i have no idea what that means, but my repulsive sidekick, bill schulz. and if fierce commentary was a rock concert, thousands of young sweaty people would enter him sitting right in front. next to me, john bolton, former u.s. ambassador to the u.n. and he is also the president of "red eye." congratulations on that. you ran out of posts. >> a block. the lede. that's the first story. and now here is fat head mcrankey. >> i didn't hear anything. normal. >> he is a man without a band. but michael bloomburg is not giving up. new york/mayor/-- new york mayor/nag. bloomy discussed with a boob named david letterman. >> for the first time in the history of the world, more people will die from overeating than under eating this year. i think it is incumbent on government to tell people what they are doing to themselves and let people make their own decisions. our job is to educate people. >> yay, starvation across the world is eradicated. nobody is dying of starvation. letterman who reads chimed in that corporate
march 16th. i am joe johns in for victor blackwell. >> i am susan hendrix in today for randi kaye. we see a change in the u.s. national security. >> new defense secretary, chuck hag hagel, made the plans to put more receptors on the west coast. >> plans to spend $1 million to beef up the defense, but the question is will the missiles actually work. if a nuclear missile is ever fired at the united states, this is the best hope to stop it. 30 intercepter missiles, which can be launched from ground silos in alaska and california, and now the pentagon deploying up to 14 more. >> the reason we are doing what we are doing, and the reason we are advancing our program here for homeland security is to not take any chances and stay ahead of the throat. >> north korea tested a long-range missile in december and conducted the third nuke clear test in february and just this month threatened a preemptive nuclear strike on the u.s., and that caught the pentagon's attention. >> it underscored the need to continue to take prudent steps to prevent any attack. >> strengthen our own missile defense and l
, the vice president of the united states, joe biden. [applause] >> that was really nice. thank you, mr. president. it's great to be here. it's great to be here. ladies and gentlemen, oh, what a difference four years make. i look out there and see an old friend, annette lantos. annette, how are you? her husband tom lantos, a survivor, was my assistant, was my foreign policy adviser for years, and tom used to say all the time, joe -- he talked that hungarian accent -- joe, we must do another fundraiser for aipac. [laughter] i did more fundraisers for aipac in the 1970s and early 1980s than -- just about as many as anybody. thank god you were not putting on shows like this. we would have never made it. we would have never made it. my lord, it's so great to be with you all and great to see you. mr. president, thank you so much for that kind introduction, and president-elect bob cohen, the entire aipac board of directors, i'm delighted to be with you today, but i'm particularly delighted to be with an old friend -- and he is an old friend. we use that phrase lightly in washington, but it's
bolts. literally, six bolts. "morning joe" is starting right now. ♪ >>> good morning. it's thursday, march 14th. welcome it to "morning joe." with us on the set msnbc contributor and managing editor of "morning joe" papal desk mike barnicle. best selling author and aaward winning journalist carl bernstein the co-author of the book your holiness john paul, ii." and katie kay. in nashville "morning joe's" resident theologian, jon meachem. the author of "thomas jefferson the art of power." >> while everyone is getting the praise, i was in the boys choir in ridgewood, new jersey. >> what church? >> presbyterian. >> you can go now. >> you can go now. all right. we have a new pope. >> we do! >> i think that's where we start today. >> and that is -- and it's exciting. new pope from the americas. this hasn't happened in 1200 years. a pope outside of europe. and while he is conservative on many theological issues he is also been a champion of the poor, the dispossessed and a lot of people that are quite hopeful. >> well, much of what lies ahead for the catholic church now rests on the should
thinking about i think joe and the police chief are right, how do we talk to other groups? the easiest way, the thing that i have been so successful is continue telling people, you have to put yourself or your kids and replace them with somebody else's kids in your mind, that others' kids are your kids. we're all parents, a great society. if you start thinking beyond what you are comfortable with and start caring about other kids, i think that begins opening the door of understanding because kids in bayview, kids in the mission, kids in the western addition, deserve no less than kids in the west side of the city or the safest side of the city. (applause). >> rita, your question is a reflection of some of the other questions that have been presented to staff here. i want to say whatever causes all this violence, the mayor talked earlier about jobs and that being an answer to many of the concerns that people have. so the disparity of income, the disparity of equity, the disparity of access to quality health care, be it mental health care or otherwise, all of these contributed to a situati
, but not as big as poppins. at least from my point of view. "morning joe" starts right now. ♪ . >>> look, if you want to lose weight, don't eat. that's the answer. >> you're right. >> this is not medicine, it's thermal dynamics. you take in more than you use, you store it. >> it's engineered, the taste, the sweetness, the saltiness, the amount of pressure one needs to crack a potato chip with their teeth has all been engineered so people can continue to eat that kind of food. >> as long as you don't ban cheese-its. cheez-its are okay. that's my addiction. >> all right. good morning, it is -- can i have that microphone? >> what's going on. >> it's tuesday, march 12th. welcome to "morning joe." with us onset, we have msnbc and "time" magazine senior political analyst mark haleprin, former treasury official and "morning joe" economic analyst steve rattner, and in washington, we have nbc chief foreign affairs correspondent and host of "andrea mitchell reports," andrea mitchell. wait, one more. >> not yet. what's going on? >> what do you mean? >> it's a huge story. >> i can't wait to get to it. >> ye
into the future. and the other guys, they got hillary and joe biden. >> okay. let me get to the politics of this. you're good at this, gene. you've been an editor. he's thinking about tomorrow morning. he knew he just stepped on it. he made what could be a sexist, and certainly was an ageist comment. you're referring to hillary. who's younger than him, by the way, by five years. >> absolutely. >> being one of the "golden girls" which is a popular show. his shot was negative. he covered his butt by throwing biden under the bus. >> what else could he do at that point? >> he heard those footsteps coming his direction. >> he realized he had said something he shouldn't have said. certainly said it in a way -- >> one of the great catchers, the gotcha journalists going to do with the guy? i heard it's already online. people commenting about this. it's not a big attraction, but -- >> there's so much coming out of cpac. you know, donald trump going nutso and other things. i think it will get lost in the wash. it's interesting, though, how positive he is about rand paul now. because, of course, rand paul
for watching, everybody. ""morning joe" coming your way right now. ♪ saturday saturday saturday >> drew barrymoore ininducted in 2011. john goodman hosted 11 consecutive years and, of course, chevy. >> i would like to order one roll and just send the bill to me, mr. steve martin. >> jimmy, what a surprise! >> steve, i never see you any more. >> i know. it's a shame! >> no, it's on purpose. >> oh, my god. i just realized i'm standing next to the three amigos! would there be any chance i could get you guys to do the salute? >> no. >> i don't do that any more. >> the three amigos! >> "snl" upstairs here in our building. good morning. it's monday, march 11th. bus on the set here this morning, msnbc contributor mike barnicle and fresh off spring training and mark halpern and michael steele and chairman of deutsche inc., donny deutch is with us. the director and president and ceo of the woodrow wilson international center for scholars, jane harman. donny, a big show saturday night. some shows just feel big. >> i was watching and it was unfolding. i was like, whoa, where is this coming from? w
snail mail. as nbc bay area's joe rosado jr., people in one san leandro neighborhood won't forget their mail carrier any time soon. >> reporter: there are 499 customers on tracy heron's san leandro mail route. some have dogs. some are chatty. she knows almost everyone's name. >> i had one customer, he says we are family now. >> reporter: after logging the same route day after day, year after year, heron notices things. >> i have some customers that just don't like to pick up their mail so i know those people and i know the people that pick up their mail every day. >> reporter: when an elderly woman's mail began piling up on her route, heron got a strange feeling. >> there was mail there. so, that was weird to me because she always picks ups her mail every single day. >> reporter: after a couple days and even more mail, hearn started knocking on doors in the neighbor today see if anyone knew the woman. >> i'm like, i think we need to get in there and see what's going on because something is wrong with this lady. i believe she's in there and she's not okay. >> reporter: though heron
to start the week. trader talk now with joe cusick of options express. good morning joe. what do you make of this march madness? > > you know what, that is what is in the headlines. there is a lot of excitement in this new trading month. all day yesterday you saw the headlines, "if you were not long, you're wrong." well, with the 11.8 vix that we saw come in yesterday, which was under 12 for the first time in six years, i would be very, very careful about getting too complacent about this move to the upside. not to say that the trend isn't solidly in place, but be very careful getting too complacent with this move. > what is not participating in this rally? where are some places maybe an investor could put money to work? > > you know what, take a look at some of the energy segments. energy was rallying going into this, but is now lagging this recent move up, especially yesterday. specifically watch gas stocks. gas stocks, even though we have seen the price at the pumps go up, that is more of a fundamental issue of a transition from heating oil to actually refining gasoline again. but the
. kpix5's joe vazquez on the beach fight turned constitutional battle. >> beautiful area down here. people should be able to enjoy. >> enjoying martin's beach is not so easy anymore. outsiders from fisherman to surfers have been coming here for most of the years. paying to access the beach. the new property owner put up a gate blocking public access to a private road. >> it's simple, just open the gate, we'll pay whatever you want us to pay. >> don't we have a law protecting public ac access to beaches? >> absolutely. and that had always been the case at martin's beach. >> the law is called the coastal act. filed a lawsuit today against the owner, claiming he is in violation. the people are allowed to access the coast. we don't view this as in different, if somebody bought the houses d put up a fence and said that's now my backyard. >> attorney for the property owner didn't want to talk about it on camera, but said they welcomed the lawsuit, as far as the owner is concerned, this is not so much a fight over access to the water, but instead, it's a battle over the constitution
with these weapons. >> now kpix5's joe vazquez is in the newsroom with details with the emotional exchange. >> senator dianne feinstein who proposed the assault weapons ban and she has taken heat from republicans. today, when a tea party senator who just been elected a few months ago started in, she decided she had enough of that. >> it seems to me that a lot of this should begin as our foundational document. >> the drama begins with freshman senator of texas, telling california senator feinstein a weapons ban is unconstitutional. >> and the second amendment provides that the right of the people to keep and bare arms will not be infringed. >> senator, i've been on this committee for twenty years. i was a mayor for nine years. i walked in, i saw people shot. >> feinstein is referring to the fact that back in 1978, she was one of the first to find mayor and harvey milk after they were assassinated at san francisco city hall. >> you know, it's fine you want to lecture me on the constitution. i appreciate it. just know i have been here for a long time. i studied the constitution myself a
with us bright and early. i am susan hendrix in for randi kaye. >> and i am joe johns. >>> we have seen reports this morning that the north test fired a pair of short-range missiles into the east sea. it's a direct threat to south korea. >> but here in the u.s. the pentagon is more concerned with what north korea can do with its long-range missiles and that led chuck hagel to talk about missile defense along the west coast. and joining me now is cnn contributor general james morse. how are you doing? >> doing good. how are you? >> first question for the audience, how real is the threat of long-range korean missile strikes on the u.s. west coast? >> joe, the answer -- the short answer is its real. the issue is it still needs to be more fully developed. the challenge that we have in the united states and certainly our intelligence communities' biggest challenge is to make sure that we are not surprised by the development taking place in north korea. we have a vigilant look in north korea, and the problem is we are not there and we have to figure it out based on observations and as you kno
't know your politics. i don't know joe's. it's a little left to me. but just a notch. let's take a look at this. is the big problem authenticity? i think he is interested in making money and occasionally teaching others how to do it. . he makes a lot of money and he wants to keep the american system very much like it was when he made all this money. it's pretty simple. and when he starts talking all the fill soft call beliefs these have showcased some awkward moments. full display last year. >> i fought against long odds in a deep blue state. but i was a severely conservative republican governor. >> those words do not strike me as awe they wantic. severely conservative. what is that? painfully? >> he does what he has to do to win. i think obama wins with what he is. i think it's authenticity. he would say, i like being rich. i like the family i'm in. i like being a mormon. i don't like talking about this stuff. it's boring to me. his love of his family. his faith. his reverence for his dad who he disobeyed. her clearly loved his father. you're right, when he talked about ideology, his i
poll, and we will get the results later tonight and we will dissect them like we always do, joe. >> what would you say was the highlight yesterday? >> i am going to say there were two highlights. let's start with mitt romney, the man that lost the presidential election last november. this was his first real speech since the defeat. remember last year he made news by calling himself severely conservative. what was interesting was he touted some republican governors from blue and purple states saying they were going to be leaders of the party, and two of the governors were not invited to speak there. and the other highlight was jeb bush, the former florida governor, somebody that may be thinking about running for president in 2016, he was talking about the future of the party and which way it needs to go, and he brought up our colleague, peter hamby. >> sometimes in our lives we get to cross the thin line between humbling and down right humiliating. a couple weeks ago peter hamby of cnn tweeted a picture of me from 1970 with what appeared to be a catcher's mitt on my head. i still
here because that's what we do in new york. >>> coming up at the top of the hour on "morning joe," new york city chubbies break out the jumbo mountain dew after a judge overturned mike bloomberg's ban on sugary drinks. the "morning joe" crew will discuss the move over some water. >>> and when we come back here, we'll huddle around the water cooler and watch the ladies of the view set the record straight when it comes to who is coming and who is going. we'll tell you what they said when "way too early" comes right back. [ male announcer ] this is the opposite of subliminal advertising... there's no subtext... just tacos. yeah, it's our job to make you want it. but honestly... it's not that hard. old el paso. when you gotta have mexican. [ female announcer ] stress sweat is different than ordinary sweat. it smells worse. get 4x the protection against stress sweat. introducing new secret clinical strength stress response scent. . >>> okay then. we told you at the top of the show that later today we will find out if the papal conclave has decide on a new pope. there have been calls for the
a little bit? >> joe, are you making a mistake. paul is a libertarian. i would not put him as a traditional conservative. i like drones. i agree with you. the argument thraw making can be made against the left who if bush was doing this would be up in arms. i hate using that cliche. >> they would be. i agree with you there. they would be voting in a majority with rand paul -- in the filibuster he said "i will stop this right now if we can get a nonbinding success luges unanimous -- resolution saying it is bad to drone americans to dt on their own soil. and dick durbin, wherever he is from said i am not ready to go there yet. >> you convinced me. i changed my argument and i apologize for disagrees with you and you and you. i will now speak until i can't speak anymore. >> here is what gets me, bill, besides you. he was positively frightened of a law abiding citizen with a gun, but not with a government with drones. isn't that a bit weird for a leftist? >> i am a -- to use a noncliche, down in legs. i would like to introduce that one. some would say it is less a man standing up for ideals and
for on twitter. first up is pete, die bu, hold or sold? >> oversold. >> and oil as a commodity, joe? >> no, buy the equities. >> national oil, en nis. >> hold. >> final trades. around the horn. pete this is. >> the rail companies are out there and the guys building those cars that are going to be moving oil, trn. >> doc? >> southwest energy and hitting again for unusual activity. buying that. >> joey? >> quietly natural gas going higher and you want to own it. >> and soda stream had a great quarter and the stock is cheap. >> all right. looking for more investment ideas? join john and pete and cramer at the june conference, and go to the street monster.com for more information. >>> scotty, thank you very much. this right here is a screen that any woman would want to be affiliated with, whale in washington, right? i am telling you that washington and the whale, the senators take on many of the people involved with jpmorgan's record-trading loss, and this is the face of exuberance right here. irrational exuberance. remember, he coined that phrase in 1996, just the last ten-day win streak for equit
institute] [captions copyright national cable satellite corp. 2013] joe biden talks about the u.s. commitment to israel. this is about 40 minutes. you don't have to be a jew to be a zionist. began his pro-israel journey in 1973, sitting in the study of prime minister golda meir. over the next four decades, joe biden return to jerusalem dozens of times and has been able to call every prime minister since golda meir a friend. four years ago, months after you were sworn into office, mr. vice president, we welcome you to the aipac conference. i think it is fitting that at the beginning of your second term, we have the honor of welcoming you again. [applause] the past four years have seen tremendous change in transition in the middle east. once constant has been the strength of u.s.-israel strategic relationship. thanks to president obama and you, mr. vice president, we know that we have an administration committed to the security of israel. [applause] we are fortunate that our leaders hear the conviction that iran must never be allowed to have a nuclear capability. [applause] the wo
that strengthens this important law. it is now my honor to introduce vice president joe biden. thank you. [applause] >> thank you very much diane. [applause] thank you. some of you in the audience who are survivors know how much courage it takes to do what diane did. [applause] every single time. [applause] some people who don't know will say she recounted what happened, but every single time time, you stand and recount what happened. it brings it all back. it brings it all back like a very bad nightmare. but your speaking out diane, and so many survivors like you are literally saving the lives of so many other women who god willing will be able to avoid the abuse that you had to put up with. i want to thank all the advocates here today. i got a chance to meet in my office with some of you a little bit earlier, not only those on the stage who again had a chance to meet with but the many women out in the audience as he look out and see familiar face like pat and ellie and paule texas sullivan moore from my home state and so many others. you know those of you who are have been around with me know tha
out during a game between canada and mexico. joe carter has details in your bleacher report. >> all right, so fredricka, the fight started because team mexico thought team canada was running up the score on them. we'll explain why in a second. but here's the video, in the ninth inning, canada had a six-run lead, mexico was not happy that canada's strategy was to add more runs to that lead. so they intentionally hit rene tasoni with a fastball in the back. that's when things got heated. both teams ran on to the field. pushing, shoving turned to punches. in all, seven players were ejected. after the game, canada's manager tried to explain he wasn't trying to embarrass mexico by running up the score. he was doing it because of the point system in place at the world baseball classic. that his team felt like they had to score more runs in order to earn more points so they would have a greater chance of advancing to the next round. >> what happened tonight is because of the rulings that they have. regular baseball during the season, you would never see that happening. but because of the r
in me greets the devine in you. can you say that? very good. so, as joe anna was saying. this come from the word meaning to tell stores. this is a story teller. you guys i heard out there i was listening a birdie told me you thought you were going to see a movie; right ? >> you are. in the old days this comes from what country? india. thousands of years ago and hundreds of years ago in india there were no movie theatres, no television, no radio, no comic books or no books for people like you and me to read. was this the same here? >> yes. all offer the world it was like that. ask your parents. they can tell you what it was like before the internet. so, people told stores. i bet you tell stories. did you tell a story today? >> yeah, i bet you did you went up to our friend and said, did you see that? your friend said, no, no he didn't. right? that's a story. so, i will tell you a story. in india, here we have super heroes like, tell me a hero. >> super man. we have super heroes in india. krishna. lifts mountains and throws them to the ocean to create bridges. i will tell you the story
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to reality star, and joe biden is getting his own internet-based reality show. sort of. and "being biden" will feature pictures of the vice president and an audio explanation. you can watch it on the white house website. >>> it is the world according to dick cheney and the documentary airs tonight on showtime and apparently cheney does not have any regrets or apologies, but he is angry that the movie portrays him as a manipulative operator. >>> the travel industry expects 2013 to be a big year for the boomer travel market. with many retiger and more time to travel, the over 50 set are hitting the road. where are they heading? travel watch.com interviewed the subscribers and found that the number one boomer destination is mexico. and warmer weather made hawaii and the caribbean places where the boomers are kicking back and enjoying life. is kevin. to prove to you that aleve is the better choice for him, he's agreed to give it up. that's today? [ male announcer ] we'll be with him all day as he goes back to taking tylenol. i was okay, but after lunch my knee started to hurt again. and now
new ideas by the republicans. let's bring in joe williams, the deputy chief of the boston globe's washington bureau. excellent guest on "the young turks." joe, how are you my friend? >> good to see you again cenk. cenk: great to see you. let me give you more fresh ideas. i'm going to play a clip from marco rubio and let's see all the wonderful new ideas they have here. >> what i sense from a lot of people i've talked to is this fear that somehow america has changed, our people ever changed, we've reached this point in time and we have too many people in america that want too much from government that maybe the changes that have happened are irarrearsable and will never be the same again. i want you to understand that's not true. i'll tell you what the criticism on the left is going to be, number one he drank too much water, number two he didn't offer new ideas. there's the fallacy of it. we don't need a new idea. there is an idea, the idea is called america and it still works. cenk: joe, two things i love about that. one is they'll criticize me for not having any ideas and i --
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officers and a robbery suspect. according to joe the suspect had wrestled the officer to the ground and was trying to take his gun. joe was driving by and jumped out of the car and helped the officer restrain the suspect. >> i had to do something. because somebody is going to end up dead here, and cop's not going to be coming home to his wife or children or whatever, and i just jumped out and jumped on him. >> ama: the officer had been trying to arrest the suspect, and police say -- who police say was weapted for breaking into a car. >>> an east bay teen is back with his family in martinez tonight, safe and well. we told you earlier this week about 18-year-old ryan mengavar who left nome the middle of the night. he told his burn he had been bull yesterday at school. tonight his family is thanking the community for its support. >>> new at 6:00, the family of the intern killed in a lyon attack -- lion attack in an animal park say her death was a tragic accident. she was killed bay 550-pound african male lyon. the coroner ruled she died instantly from a broken neck. family members beli
on prescription drugs that doctors gave them. joe had taken a road trip to. l.a. from arizona college because he and his friends knew of a pill mill that gave out prescriptions for cash no questions asked. >> he was prescribed 90 oxycodone tab blets, 90 xanax pills. first time he'd been in to see that doctor. >> prosecuters trying to tie the case to dr. lisa sang who has been charged with three counts of murd skbrer may be involved in at least 19 deaths, parents accused california medical board of being too lax on doctors it's supposed to oversee. the california medical boortd says it does investigate. the problem is that someone has to file a complaint fires complaints regarding prescription drug-related offenses can be difficult to obtain. >> an outdated data base which flags doctors for too many prescriptions is down to one person tracking the state. supporters say that could be funded by adding just $9 a year to a doctor license. >> the system needs a stable source of funding. >> families rallied and called for elimination of the medical board and a creation of more effective oversight. >> o
at blues joe thornton and the sharks looking to snap a 3 game losing streak - in st. louis tonight 2nd period, 2-1 blues key moment in the game - just:07 seconds left in the period when chris porter scores the easy rebound goal to give st. louis a two goal lead 3-1 stl 3rd period, 3-1 st. louis sharks on a 2-man advantage - after joe pavelsky wins the faceoff, dan boyle scores on the one-timer to late 3rd, sharks pull goalie - empty net chris stewart is on target sharks have just two regulation wins in last 20 his first game back in orlando then dwight howard had his best game as a laker - dunk from kobe bryant then gets the feed from steve nash and throws it down howard: 39 points, 16 rebs magic employed "hack a howard" and it backfired: howard: 25/39 from the free throw line! final: 106-97 lakers lakers win 4th straight note: lakers ½ game up on lebron james and company going for their 19th straight win tonight crazy sequence early - the long pass that lebron is able to track down and get over to dwayne wade for layup wade: 23 points, 6 assists lebron - gets the feed and converts th
, the rock. > > dwayne johnson, yeah. first at the end of march you have "g.i. joe: retaliation," which is a film that was originally supposed to open last june and just a couple weeks beforehand it was pulled off the release schedule. there were some rumors that they wanted to add more channing tatum to the movie, some rumors saying that the buzz was really bad so they pushed it off the schedule. now it is coming out in march. the first "g.i. joe" film, "the rise of cobra," did very well for paramount. now they have dwayne johnson in this one, who was dubbed "franchise viagra" by some people, because he has been put in a lot of sequels that have done very well. and also this movie "pain & gain" that michael bay directed comes out at the end of april, him pairing up with mark walberg in this true story of some muscle- bound guys who pull off a kidnapping. so that is a big action comedy sort of set-piece type movie, so... > i have found anything with michael bay i stay away from. these are ponderously long movies, whether it's the "transformers" flicks or "pearl harbor." i can't stomach
invited him to be part of the u-s delegation led by vice president joe biden. boehner says he appreciates the offer - but has lots of duties lined up -- including hosting the irish prime minister. boehner is the highest ranking catholic in congress. >> jacqueline: temperatures for cooler today with 70's and portions of the north bay. closer to the coast it was cooler. as we look ahead we will see some areas of fog toward slightly cooler that trend will continue for the weekend. temperatures are still mild for this time of year. 60s. those clouds are pressing to the south with cooler temperatures for tomorrow morning. we are still going to see some fog. perhaps more than with the fog tracker is showing. by 6:00 a.m., just the san mateo coast but i think that portions of the bay shore will also be impacted. by 8:00 a.m., still fog but it should clear by 11:00 a.m. temperatures? a few degrees cooler. 60s, 70's for the south bay. cupertino, san jose and also 70's for the inland valleys but cooler pour the east bay shore. we are going to see that cooler marine air. temperatures in the 50s. 50s
on the city's dime and taking city money she wasn't entitled to. joe vasquez on the woman who said she had to blow the whistle. >> we aren't just talking about any city leader. we are talking about the assistant city manager. by the way, who happens to be the hr director, the person you usually complain to. he's accused of abusing her office. >> i'm a whistle blower. >> richmond employee recently told fellow union members why she put together a long report, turning in her boss. >> i also faced retaliation. there was bullying before that. i could almost say bullying to the point i had to whistle blow. >> she is talking about lesli, who is also the human resources director. on the city's website, knight promotes a quote, responsible work environment. but a few days ago, a sacramento based law firm, independent investigators hired by the city found knight to be responsible for a host of infractions. the report found she drove a company vehicle at the same time she was receiving a $400 a month car allowance. these are photos taken by plumber of the city owned car in the assistant city man
democrats' cross hairs right now. we did receive helpful advice from joe biden. if you have any threats at home, go at home with a double barreled shotgun and fired into the air. that is useful if you are being attacked by a flock of geese. or a drone. [cheers and applause] so maybe joe biden stumbled onto something after all. week, we had a hearing in the senate judiciary committee. a senior democrat explained to me that questions about the constitution have no role in the u.s. senate. because, she explains, it is congress' job to pass laws and the supreme court can decide whether to throw them out or not. ?o you know what that statement is exactly the problem. [applause] that statement is reminiscent of nancy pelosi when she was asked what is the constitutional basis of obamacare and her answer was, are you serious? lot ofre a whole politicians, democrats and republicans, in washington who have not looked at the constitution in a long, long time. let me answer speaker pelosi. yes, we are serious. [cheers and applause] the second amendment provides for the rights of the people to keep
, joe biden described his meeting with golda meir. she said to him, our secret weapon is we have no other place to go. well, we have our place under the sun, and ladies and gentlemen, we shall defend it. the rebirth of israel is one of the greatest events in history. i think churchill said that it transcends generations. it transcends centuries. he said it is significant in the perspective of thousands of years. we never lose sight of the perspective. we shall always defend the one and only jewish state. [applause] the second issue i intend to discuss with president obama is the situation in syria. over the last two years, over 70,000 syrians have been killed. hundreds of thousands have been wounded and maimed. millions have been forced to flee their homes. besides this humanitarian crisis of great tragedy, syria could soon become a strategic crisis, one of monumental proportion. you see, syria is a very poor country, but it has chemical weapons, antiaircraft weapons, and many other of the world's more deadly and sophisticated arms, and as the syrian regime collapses, the danger
ales under fire for comments about barack obama and joe biden. did some criticism go too far? concerns as we age. h it has 7 antioxidants to support cell health. one a day 50+. >>> roger ales speaks his mind. given all that he has done for fox, have they gone too far. ales says that president obama is lazy. he likes joe biden but the beep is dumb as an ashtray. show to show you fair and balanced. ailes calls gingrich a word i can't use on air. in new york, we have ma lisa guthrie who covers the media for the hollywood reporter. does he get to play by a different set of news as the fox news chairman? >> yeah, it's really roger ailes world and he lets us live in it. time after time he gets shot at and he keeps getting back up and he always has the last laugh. the guy's brilliant. he's a brilliant self-promoter and a brilliant promoter. it's tough to nail him. >> marisa guthrie, if another network boss had made those kind of strong political remarks, would there be more of an unroar? >> yeah, there definitely would be more of an uproar. roger lives in this bifurcated world where, you
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